You may be here to find help for yourself, a family member or, perhaps, a close friend. Whoever you’re researching for, we’re here to help give you the advice and support you need to live a happier and healthier life.
With over 25 years experience, Neil – a Doctor of Chiropractic at our clinic, and his caring support team have looked after more than 15,000 people since we first opened. We regularly care for people with back and neck pain, joint problems, headaches, migraines and a wide range of other health problems plus we look after people who just want to stay fit and well.
Our philosophy is not just about getting you out of pain, but helping you to get well and stay that way for the rest of your life!
We are privileged to take care of people of all ages, from newborn babies and mums-to-be to lovely people in their 90’s, who are fit, sprightly and active.
So that we can help you in the most efficient and cost-effective way, we have modern x-ray facilities and
Our friendly and relaxing centre has plenty of Free Parking to make things as easy as possible for you.
So why suffer in pain any longer than you need to?
No…. Well, yes… And no. Let me explain. Lots of people, new to chiropractic, think it’s all about bones. Some will even have a whole system in their head that
With Christmas fast approaching (why DO we say that? It’s the same speed as always!) it’s time to examine the stresses and strains of the season and give you a
Sorry for shouting there. :-\
Stressful influences seem to surround us. If it isn’t the outside threat of global warming or political shenanigans (lovely word), it’s closer to home with work
You hear a lot about this nowadays. It’s what’s called an Essential Fatty Acid and the reason they’re essential is that we can’t make them ourselves – we have
Shrin Rin – yoku
Absolutely! Of course you all know that this, literally translated, means forest bathing and you’re wondering what on earth I’m on about! This refers to the concept
Back to the subject of work and movement this time let’s look at inactivity. I’m going to focus in this post on driving (hence the “object of desire” photo).
There’s no schoolboy pun for this title blog entry or even a particularly whizzy picture . There are serious issues here relating the use of anti inflammatory painkiller drugs to